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Brand-Name Luxury at Bargain Prices?! Why Japan is the Best Place to Buy Quality Watches! | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
Whether we’re at a meeting or out on the town, when we want to make an impression, what’s on our wrist says as much about our personality and identity as the rest of our outfit. Although watches are appealing as practical accessories and even as gifts, luxury brands tend to be pricey and out of reach for many of us. But here's an intriguing secret: the truth is, in Japan you can buy authentic wristwatches at irresistibly inexpensive prices compared to many other countries – without the fear o
Shinjuku Leisure Guide: the Top Shops in Shinjuku and Kabukicho – and After-Shopping Relaxation! | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
#Shinjuku is also one of #Tokyo’s premier shopping spots, with numerous bigger and smaller stores handling souvenirs, apparel, accessories, and more. Check out what makes this area so appealing!
7 Secrets About Daiso Japan, The Fun and Quirky 100-Yen Shop! | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
7 Secrets about #Daiso, #Japan’s Fun and Quirky 100-Yen Shop! - LIVE JAPAN (#Japanese travel, #sightseeing and experience #guide)
Travel Essentials: Complete Guide to Traveling With Luggage in Japan | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
#Japan is the country for #shopping, and if you are going for your first time on possibly a trip of a lifetime, then you will be planning to bring back a lot of stuff! And who can blame you? Japan is full of cool stuff, tax-free shopping and all manner of knick-knacks! However, Japan isn’t exactly suitcase-friendly. Here we share exactly what you can do with your bags while #traveling around!
10 Best Tokyo Shopping Districts: Where to Shop and What to Buy There | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
#Shopping in #Japan can be tough: you have language barriers, cash-only shops, and such a wide range of places to choose from! But with this perfect #guide, you'll have a super fun and successful splurge in #Tokyo's top neighborhoods!
Ginza Shopping Guide: An Insider Selection of Must-Visit Shops, Spots, and Secrets! | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
#Ginza is one of #Tokyo’s hottest neighborhoods, known for its glitzy streetscapes. The upscale #shopping paradise is home to some of #Japan’s oldest and most prestigious department #stores while also constantly evolving. The all-new Ginza Six is an example of that; a stylish place blending in with the more traditional establishments. Indeed, there’s a lot to discover in Ginza’s glitzy urban jungle. To make exploring a bit easier and more convenient, we’ve hand-selected 18 must-visit shops!
6 Surprisingly Cheap Things in Japan | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
#Japan is often said to be an expensive place for #traveling! While these may be true in some ways, it doesn’t mean everything here is pricey! In fact, here are 6 things that are probably cheaper here than in many other countries.
The Spirit of Traditional Japan: Your Guide to Authentic Japanese Souvenirs! | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
“Monozukuri” is a #Japanese term that by itself means “making things,” but also conveys the typically Japanese care and pride that flows into every crafted creation. A wonderful fusion between #traditional #craftsmanship and modern aesthetics, there’s a whole plethora of amazing goods to discover in Japan’s world of monozukuri goods. And as these little treasures make for excellent #souvenirs, we’ve hunted down the very best of them in a total of seven different stores – ready, set, go! #Japan
Makeup and Skincare Must-Buys at Best 100 Yen Shop Daiso! | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
We bet you'll be surprised at the dizzying variety of #beauty and #skincare items you can get at just around $1 - at #Daiso, #Japan's #famous 100 yen shop! Here are some of top selected items from their #Harajuku #Tokyo shop.
Japanese Clothing Fan? 7 Best Tips for Clothes Shopping in Japan! | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
#Tokyo is one of the world’s biggest #fashion hubs, with new trends emerging on the streets of #Harajuku and #Shibuya constantly. So, if you are a #fashionista, you are in luck. Whether you like the frilly skirts of #kawaii culture or are more into the Shibuya 109 style, you can find plenty of one-of-a-kind items in #Japan. Before you hit the shops, you need to know that #shopping for #clothes is a bit different here in Japan.